• The department of Anaesthesiology was started in 1995 when the college was established.
  • The first MCI inspection was held in September 2002 for starting PG courses (M.D) in Anaesthesiology. Approval was granted for two M.D. students every year. Letter in 2009 and 2010, seats were increased by 4 and 6 respectively.
  • Medical Council of India (M.C.I.) recognized the department for M.D Anaesthesiology and the first M.D. exam was held in 2006. The result was 100% for all the batches till 2010.
  • Approval to start diploma in Anaesthesiology was granted and the first batch was admitted in 2008. It was recognized in 2010.
  • There are presently 6 M.D. and 2 Diploma seats in Anaesthesiology per year.
  • The staff position has provision for (Sanctioned posts)
    • Professor- One
    • Associate Professors- Four
    • Assistant Professors- Five
    • Tutor- Four
  • The department working has been divided in various sections viz.:
    • Anaesthesia O.P.D. for preoperative checkup and Pain clinic for management of chronic pain patients
    • Various operation theatres for routine surgical specialities and superspecialities including Neurosurgery, Oncosurgery and Urosurgery.
    • A departmental museum, departmental library.
    • Offices for faculty members.
    • Critical Care Unit.
    • CT scan and MRI setup.
    • Pain Clinics Theater.

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  • A well planned department with proper infrastructure, ample space for staff offices, library, museum, rest rooms for on duty doctors is the primary hall mark of the department for smooth conducting of academic and administration work of the department.
     
  • Well equipped operation theatres with standard anaesthesia delivering machines and multi parameters monitoring systems for smooth conduction of anaesthesia during various surgeries viz. laparoscopic, neurosurgical, general surgery, obstetrics and gynec surgeries, ENT surgeries, onco surgeries, ophthalmology surgeries, orthopedics surgeries and others.
     
  • Intensive Care Unit for critically ill patients with ventilators and monitors to manage the patients.
     
  • ICCU for cardiac patients in co-ordination with medicine department.
     
  • Pain clinic for management of chronic pain patients.
     
  • Seminar room equipped with LCD projectors, T.V., VCR, Slide projector, Over head projectors, computers and laptop for presentation and study purpose.
     
  • Internet facility to surf the latest development in the subject and access to virtual library.

RESEARCH PAPER PUBLISHED
Department of Anaesthesiology, Govt. Medical College,

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Dr. D. C. Tripathi
Dr. Pramila Jha
Dr. Komal Shah
Dr. Lopa Trivedi

A comparative study of Epidural Tramadol versus Butorphanol for post – operative Pain relief in Abdominal Hysterectomy.

Indian Journal Of Pain

Dec.2009;Vol.23.
no 3 page:411-414

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Dr. D.C.Tripathi
Dr



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P.G Degree curriculum
 FIRST YEAR TEACHING PROGRAMME OF BASIC
SCIENCES

AUTONOMIC NERVE SYSTEM :

RESPIRATORY SYSTEM
Anatomy : Mouth – Nose – Pharynx – Larynx – Trachea – Main bronchi – Tracheo bronchial tree – Lung segments - Physiology : Respiratory system – Respiratory physiology and functions during anaesthesia.   
 Neural control of respiration – Chemical control of respiration -Non respiratory functions of  lungs.

CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM 
Anatomy : Anatomy of heart, pericardium, coronary vessels
Physiology : Cardiac Physiology - Regulation of coronary blood flow - Physiology of blood pressure and its regulations -Measurement of cardiac output and central venous pressure

CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEMS 
Anatomy of vertebral canal and its contents, Vertebra and sacrum, Spinal Meanings and Spinal nerves, Spinal cord with its blood supply - Physiology of CSF circulation

MUSCLE AND NERVOUS SYSTEM
Anatomy of Neuro muscular junction, Physiology of nerve conduction, Physiology of Neuro muscular transmission. Factors a

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METHOD OF EXAMINATION
BHAVNAGAR UNIVERSITY.

SCHEME OF UNIVERSITY EXAMINATION IN
ANAESTHESIOLOGY (M.D.)

 A)       THEORY EXAMINATION: 

  1. There shall be 4 question papers, each of 3 hours duration. Total marks of each paper will be 100. Questions on recent advances may be asked in any or all papers.
  2. Theory examination shall be held sufficiently earlier than clinical/practical examination so that the answer books are assessed before the commencement of the clinical/practical examinations.
  3. Theory examination will be 400 marks. Students must obtain 50% (200 marks) to pass examination.
  4. Framing of the question paper would be such that it can test the student’s analytical skill as well as knowledge in depth.

THEORY PAPERS TOPIC DISTRIBUTION
P.G. Degree in Anaesthesiology

Paper – I : Basic sciences as applied to anaesthesiology : anatomy physiology, General principals of pharmacology and biochemistry, ethics, quality assurance, Medicolegal aspects

Principles and techniques of anaesthesia including regional Anaesthesia, Monit



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